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Ten-Second Takeaway

Office Office brings together work and fun with its relaxed ambience, roomy interiors and diverse menu. Head over if you’re a fan of the early 2000’s sitcom, need a break from work, or just fancy a nice meal with some colleagues.

Must Eat

190916_officeoffice3Among their starters, the Crispy Cottage Cheese Indian Style stands out, with its soft paneer portions wrapped in papad-crumbs and fried to perfection. The Cafe Special Cigar Rolls and samosa {served in a peculiar, deconstructed form} are also done well. Non-vegetarians can also opt for the souvlaki served with pita and tzatziki.

Their mains menu is a mix of novelty dishes and usual favourites across cuisines. For larger groups with finicky eaters, the safer bet is the Special MNC Pizza, which comes with four different toppings of your choice. If you’re looking for a lighter meal, we found the combination of the chicken and spinach soup, with its comfortingly familiar tomato base, and the spicy Salad de Chicken Tikka quite nice. Wrap it all up with their scrumptious Chocolate and Royal Butter Swiss Cake.

Must Drink

190916_officeoffice2The refreshing Watermelon Blast, with its chunks of ice and fresh watermelon, is perfect for a day out in the summer {or whatever this crazy September heat is}, while the fruity Heaven N Hell serves well for those looking for something with a kick.

Besides these, they also do a number of mocktails like the Twisted Betel Punch, along with plenty of interestingly-named milkshakes {the Wrong Number with Oreos and Peppermint actually sounds very right}.

What We Loved

Office Office is a co-working space-cum-restaurant, and the interiors are spacious and well laid-out. The theme is made very visible with their wall art and other installations, the primary motif being the rotary phone; you can even make a game out of counting how many you see around {start with the giant yellow one at the entrance}.

We also found the service quick and courteous, and above all, loved the generosity with which they use fresh mozzarella in their food.

What Didn’t Impress Us

Not a major offence, but for a place of such scale, the typos on their menus were plain annoying.

What Is The Best Time To Visit?

Go for some end-of-the-week drinks with the workplace chums {cuz Office Office, OK?} or maybe some grub and cocktails with friends on the weekends.

#LBBTip: If you’d like some entertainment alongside your food, keep an eye on the events they regularly host. With a spot for dancing and an open area, step beyond your table for some fun when you’re here.

Photos : Poulomi Paul

Office Office
48, Tolstoy Lane, Janpath, New Delhi
+918826594668
Starting at 1200 for 2

Schedule Your Post-Work Binges At Office Office, Janpath

Office Office
New Delhi

Ten-Second Takeaway

Office Office brings together work and fun with its relaxed ambience, roomy interiors and diverse menu. Head over if you’re a fan of the early 2000’s sitcom, need a break from work, or just fancy a nice meal with some colleagues.

Must Eat

190916_officeoffice3Among their starters, the Crispy Cottage Cheese Indian Style stands out, with its soft paneer portions wrapped in papad-crumbs and fried to perfection. The Cafe Special Cigar Rolls and samosa {served in a peculiar, deconstructed form} are also done well. Non-vegetarians can also opt for the souvlaki served with pita and tzatziki.

Their mains menu is a mix of novelty dishes and usual favourites across cuisines. For larger groups with finicky eaters, the safer bet is the Special MNC Pizza, which comes with four different toppings of your choice. If you’re looking for a lighter meal, we found the combination of the chicken and spinach soup, with its comfortingly familiar tomato base, and the spicy Salad de Chicken Tikka quite nice. Wrap it all up with their scrumptious Chocolate and Royal Butter Swiss Cake.

Must Drink

190916_officeoffice2The refreshing Watermelon Blast, with its chunks of ice and fresh watermelon, is perfect for a day out in the summer {or whatever this crazy September heat is}, while the fruity Heaven N Hell serves well for those looking for something with a kick.

Besides these, they also do a number of mocktails like the Twisted Betel Punch, along with plenty of interestingly-named milkshakes {the Wrong Number with Oreos and Peppermint actually sounds very right}.

What We Loved

Office Office is a co-working space-cum-restaurant, and the interiors are spacious and well laid-out. The theme is made very visible with their wall art and other installations, the primary motif being the rotary phone; you can even make a game out of counting how many you see around {start with the giant yellow one at the entrance}.

We also found the service quick and courteous, and above all, loved the generosity with which they use fresh mozzarella in their food.

What Didn’t Impress Us

Not a major offence, but for a place of such scale, the typos on their menus were plain annoying.

What Is The Best Time To Visit?

Go for some end-of-the-week drinks with the workplace chums {cuz Office Office, OK?} or maybe some grub and cocktails with friends on the weekends.

#LBBTip: If you’d like some entertainment alongside your food, keep an eye on the events they regularly host. With a spot for dancing and an open area, step beyond your table for some fun when you’re here.

Photos : Poulomi Paul

Unparalleled in the powers of procrastination, Poulomi likes to spend her time scrolling through her newsfeed and making resolutions to be more productive in life. Other interests include panda videos, trippy Tumblr edits and stories about the Jazz Age.

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